Tenney kicks off re-election campaign

Tenney is pictured speaking at her New Hartord rally.

Tenney kicks off re-election campaign

Over the weekend, Congresswoman Claudia Tenney held campaign kickoff events in New Hartford and Binghamton.

On Saturday in New Hartford, nearly 200 supporters attended at Cavallo’s in New Hartford as Tenney talked about her work in Congress with President Trump to help struggling small businesses, family farms and middle class families.

On Sunday in Binghamton at the Holiday Inn, over 100 supporters heard Tenney talk about her qualifications.

“[Others] don’t understand us and what makes the heart of New York and America great,” Tenney said.“Hard working families who get up every day, who pay their taxes, who care about their neighbors and give generously to the community. We don’t like to be deceived, and we don’t like to be called idiots if we think our tax dollars are being misused. They fight with smear tactics, radical protests and resist movements to bully anyone who disagrees with them. But we will win.”

Tenney for Congress recently opened a campaign office at 8469 Seneca Tnpk., Suite 105, New Hartford, and will be opening another office in Binghamton soon.

Herkimer County GOP Endorses Tenney and Stefanik

At a meeting March 4 at the Travelodge in Little Falls, The Herkimer County Republican Committee endorsed Claudia Tenney for the 22nd Congressional seat and Elise Stefanik for the 21st Congressional seat.

“I am pleased to endorse both of these congressional representatives.” said Sylvia Rowan, chairwoman of the Herkimer County Republican Committee. “They have been a strong voice in Washington for our community.”

Tenney is seeking her second term in office and Stefanik is running for her third term.

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